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Hi,

I installed TWiki 4.2.0 on a red hat enterprise linux VM and all was fine, including the new WYSIWYG Editor. But when I upgrade to 4.2.1 or 4.2.2 the WYSIWYG no more appears when editing an article. Even if I do not got the upgrade path, but perform a fresh new 4.2.1 or 4.2.2 install, there no more seems to be a WYSIWYG editor.

In all cases, the WYSISYG plugin is listed in the configure script, It does not seem to be working anymore.

If you need output of some special files, please tell me. I am no apache/twiki expert yet.

Environment

TWiki version: TWikiRelease04x02x02
TWiki plugins: default plugins with installation
Server OS: RedHat Enterprise Linux 5 Update 2, kernel 2.6.18-92.el5 x86_64
Web server: Apache/2.2.3
Perl version: v5.8.8
Client OS: MS Windows XP, SP2
Web Browser: Opera 9.52
Categories: Installation, Missing functionality, Plugins

-- RobertOrtel - 25 Aug 2008

Answer

ALERT! If you answer a question - or someone answered one of your questions - please remember to edit the page and set the status to answered. The status selector is below the edit box.

Both TinyMCEPlugin and WysiwygPlugin are required. Are they both enabled in configure?

Are there any errors reported in your InstalledPlugins topic?

-- SeanCMorgan - 25 Aug 2008

Robert, just checking, but did you realise that version 4.2 only has WYSIWYG editing? The 'Edit' button performs a WYSIWYG edit. That's why the WYSIWYG button was removed.

-- DuncanKinnear - 01 Sep 2008

Closing after more than 30 days. Please reopen with more details if needed...

-- PeterThoeny - 06 Nov 2008

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